The record number for your submission will be changed according to the different statuses
The JPSEC RA is in charge of allocating and changing the record number for your submission throughout the entire process.
The JPSEC RA will not reuse any record number under any circumstances.
Your record number is composed of a status letter followed by an eight digit submission number
Changes in your record number at each stage
After you save your item to your account for the first time, your item will be assigned a record number consisting of eight digits, for filing.
After you hand in your submission
Your record number will be altered by adding the letter S at the beginning. This is the abbreviation for “Submission”.
After your submission has been passed to the Review Board
Your record number will have the letter S replaced with E, which is the abbreviation for “Evaluation”. This will be followed by the eight digit number which remains the same. For information about the Review Board, please refer to the Procedures page.
After the result for your submission has been released
If your submission has been approved
The approved item described in your submission will be named officially using the letter A, which is the abbreviation for “Approved”, followed by the eight digit number.
If your submission has been rejected
The record number for the rejected submission will have the letter R, which is the abbreviation for “Rejection”, added in front of the eight digits.